My good news is that I have an S1 Pro & Battery on the way today!! The better news is that it is a gift! So I will definitely be taking it out, reviewing, and putting it through more than several situations outside, inside, small venue gigs, etc.
My question has to do with busking power sources. I want to be able to use my Infinity Looper, TC Helicon Mic Looper, TC Helicon Chorus pedal, VoiceLive 3 Extreme, and The T1 Tonematch just as I do in my shows with the L1 Model 2 /B2 Module and Tonematch.
S1Pro battery power...big power situation solved, but the rest! I need to power the above mentioned pedals by generated source. I do not want to use the inverter/marine battery rigged thing, and I definitely do not want a gas generator to run these pedals and the T1. I have done a lot of research and I've narrowed it to a battery generator from Amazon. (link below). My units I need power do not show the wattage used by each, only the amps, volts, etc. I tried to configure it all to convert to wattage needed, but get sketchy looking results. I for SURE do not want to damage anything I have! As of now, in regular wall AC, I have a Furman Power Strip that each of my pedals plug into. I have this power generator from Amazon on the way, but want to be certain before putting it to the test and could use any advices or knowledge from any and all of you guys! The info I can get from the units I need are as follows: (taken from the power adapter plugs and backs of the units )
Infinity Looper: 18 volts DC - 1.0 Amps
Helicon Chorus Pedal: 9 volts DC - 100 ma
Pigtronix Inifinity Looper: 18 volts - 300 ma
Helicon Mic Looper: 12 volts - 400 ma
T1 Tonematch: 18 volts - 1.0 Amps
Anyone know how to get the wattage needed from these figures alone?
And also does anyone know that this generator (link below) will work for powering all these comfortably and safely? It is a 500 watt Pure Sine Wave Unit.
Any and all information, tips, knowledge is sure appreciated! Thanks much, Tom
Amazon Power AC Generator Portable